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Amber list in full as Boris considers no return quarantine for fully vaccinated Brits

Double-jabbed holidaymakers could once again head off on summer holidays abroad this summer under fresh plans to open up travel. It is said that...

College Football Playoff considers expanding from four to 12 teams

The proposed 12-team playoff would not limit how many teams can come from any one conference. Editor's note: The attached video is from Jan. 2021 The...

Georgetown ISD family considers other districts after daughter's 'disturbing' class assignment on slavery

Author Jennifer Sanders This post originally appeared on KXAN Austin GEORGETOWN, Texas (KXAN) — It was a call Martine and Amos Keith never thought they would...

Britcoin? UK considers developing digital sterling as cash payments decline

The Bank of England said it would team up with the UK Treasury to explore a potential national virtual currency as Britain eyes joining...

As Texas Legislature considers anti-trans bills NCAA announces

The National Collegiate Athletic Association Board of Governors said it will only hold college championships in states where transgender student-athletes can participate without discrimination....

US considers BOYCOTT of 2022 Beijing Olympics, may convince allies to skip winter games – State Department

With Washington viewing China’s treatment of Uighur Muslims as “genocide,” the US weighs following the calls of activists who want Western countries to boycott...

Tribcast: Texas Legislature considers voting restrictions

The Travis County Tax Office in Austin was the only drive-thru location open for hand delivery of mail-in ballots in the county during early...

India considers over $1 billion in cash incentives for every chip maker setting up in country – media

The world’s second-biggest cellphone manufacturer, India, wants to lure semiconductor companies to the country to boost its smartphone assembly industry and strengthen its electronics...

Russia considers cutting government borrowing as oil prices rally

Russia could end up borrowing US$ 6.8 billion (500 billion Russian rubles) less than planned this year as rising oil prices help its...

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